ABC News: A Hunter Valley online organic shop has become the second New South Wales business to be fined hundreds of dollars for selling a food once touted as a cyanide-based cancer treatment. The sale of apricot kernels as food was banned in December by Food Standards Australia New Zealand (FSANZ), killing the $600,000 a year industry.

Before the ban, FSANZ said about 20,000 kilograms of apricot kernels were sold for human consumption in Australia each year.

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